Drawing by Fernando Gonzalez Esteban, aged 12, evacuated from Madrid to Alcira, JS[pvember 1937 ANNOUNCING AN EXHIBITION OF Spanish Children's Drawings SPONSORED BY THE SPANISH CHILD WELFARE ASSOCIATION of AMERICA FOR THE AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE (QUAKERS) WORCESTER ART MUSEUM APRIL 9-23, 1939 Honorary Committee Mrs. Charles T. Tatman, Chairman Mrs. Hollis E. Alden Mrs. Wallace W. At wood Mrs. George S. Barton Mrs. Clarence S. Brigham Mrs. Alexander H. Bulloch Mrs. W. Irving Clark Mrs. Francis H. Dewey, Jr. Mrs. Frank F. Dresser Mrs. Samuel /. Gummere Mrs. Aldus C. Higgins Mrs. Bradford M. Kingman Mrs. Roger Kinnicutt Mrs. T)aniel W. Lincoln Mrs. Paul 'B. Morgan Mrs. Maxwell Savage yirs. Frank C. Smith, jr. Mrs. Willard E. Swift Mrs. Francis Henry Taylor Mrs. Harold H. Wade ?>]rs. Wo iter S. Young 1 his exhibition is circulated in this country by The Spanish Chita Wel- fare Association, a non-partisan or- ganization engaged in the humani- tarian task of raising funds to relieve the suffering of Spanish children. Funds raised from the sale of these drawings [the prices are extremely moderate) are handed over to the American Friends Service Committee, which distributes them in the form of foodstuffs wherever the need is greatest. Approximately one hundred and fifty crayon and water color pictures are included in the present showing. All of them are the work of Spanish refu- gee children, ranging in age from six to sixteen years. Some of the pictures are views of everyday life in Spain before the war, showing the normal existence of the country, pastoral ac tivities and picturesque buildings, but the majority reveal graphically the impact of war upon the vision of children.